Dean of The Citadel School of Engineering awarded SAME Bliss Medal

Col. Ronald Welch was awarded the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Bliss Medal recently. The medal is one of the organization’s highest honors.

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Opp balances class, cadet life, athletics at The Citadel

Many college freshmen find the adjustment from high school a challenge. But Amber Opp wasn’t most college freshmen.

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This summer, I will be checking out electroweak interactions in collisions producing Z bosons. You?

Citadel nuclear physics researcher Dr. Scott Yost is working to facilitate discovery of new particles with global collaborators and with the help of cadets.

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Your tires are polluting Charleston Harbor

Groundbreaking research shows that seven tons of microscopic plastic particles can be found floating in Charleston Harbor.

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Meet Michael Barth, Associate Professor of Finance

Michael Barth discusses his most defining moment during service as well as how the leadership skills he gained in the Army have applied to teaching.

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Gifts name Citadel’s School of Science and Mathematics for Swain family

A pair of substantial gifts to name the Swain Family School of Science and Mathematics was formalized June 1.

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A lesson in gaining buy-in from policy makers: an author Q&A with Dr. Daniel Bornstein

Dr. Bornstein discusses how to align public health needs with the issues that matter to policy makers can create greater buy-in.

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The Top Job Openings in the Southeast

Job openings in the Southeast vary from state to state based on a multitude of factors including geography, demographics, and educational opportunities!

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Finishing what he started

William Alexander Faulconer was inspired by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to serve his nation. He joined the Army and served 10 years before returning to college to finish his degree in business administration.

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Larry Daniel on Preparing Literacy Specialists to Adapt to the Read to Succeed Bill

Larry Daniel talks about how the Read to Succeed Bill has changed the landscape of education in South Carolina.

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